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Isn’t this kind of thing expensive?

What does copy restoration mean? What do you do?

My picture is in really bad condition, can anything be done?

My picture is very old, won’t it be damaged if someone handles it?

Do I have to get my pictures printed by you, or can I take them anywhere?

I had my pictures taken at a studio, do I have to go thru them to have work done?

I like my smile in one picture, but my husbands better in another, can they be combined?

How long does it take?

I have a computer and a scanner, why do I need a professional?

I live far away, can I send you my pictures?

Where are you located?

My pictures are in an album, they don’t need to be preserved, do they?

What if I don’t like the restoration?

My picture is stuck to the glass / photo album, can anything be done?

How do you make a picture look like a painting?

Do you just fix the picture I have, or do you make a new picture?

I just have a snapshot, can you make that look like a painting?

Can you put my favorite songs in my digital photo album? 

What kind of damage can be fixed?

My picture has faded very badly, can anything be done?

What does ‘giclee printing’ mean?

  • Giclee (pronounced: Gee-clay) literally means "to spray or spurt". It is a type of printing that uses archival inks and papers to reproduce images inexpensively and accurately. Giclee printing is relatively new, but the prints are estimated to last up to 100 years. Giclee prints are often referred to as 'art prints' because they are used by artists to reproduce paintings and other artworks. We use it to create artworks from your images. We can print of a variety of papers including canvas, vinyl, and polypropylene. To see pricing go to our Giclee Printing page.